Produced in Maryland in 1952, Robin Quivers is a radio broadcaster who’s famous for co-hosting Howard Stern’s controversial show, The Howard Stern Show, for over three decades.
In her autobiography, “Quivers: A Life,” at the same time as on the air, she’s discussed the sexual abuse she endured as a young child in the hands of her dad.
Until 1990, Quivers served as a military reserve in the Air Force.
After she left full time military service, Quivers started to continue a broadcasting career. She first worked in a nearby radio station in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, after which in several similar places at local stations elsewhere in the Midatlantic area.
In 2007, Quivers adopted a vegan diet, which she credits with helping her lose 70 pounds. She released a novel about her physical transformation, The Vegucation of Robin: How Actual Food Saved My Life, in March 2013.
In May 2012, Quivers had a big tumour—she described it as “grapefruit-sized”—removed from her abdomen.
Because the operation she’s continued to appear on the show, although not in the studio. Sirius XM, which only carries The Howard Stern Show, installed an ISDN line as well as a little record space in her house in Nyc, enabling her to work remotely while she recuperated.
On September 9, 2013, Quivers shown on The Howard Stern Show that she was cancer-free and were deemed as treated by her physicians for three months. Her struggle with uteran cancer continued 15 months and comprised spells of chemotherapy, radiation and surgery. After having been given choices on the best way to prolong her life compared to treating her cancer by an unnamed physician, she started treatment at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Hospital in Nyc. Quivers credits Dr. Carol Aghajanian for healing her. Upon her healing, Quivers is likely traveling on a book tour to create publicity for her novel The Vegucation of Robin in October of 2013.